At one point, I said to the officials that you guys haven't called walking for 20 years, now you don't know what it is. When you call walking, you're about half right.
This region twelve years ago was a ghost town, ... The casinos and hotels have revitalized the area and added 14,000 jobs.
We want to say thank you, all of you. We are waiting for this flight for very long years, more than two years already.
I just think there are so many good teams from Allegheny County that they kind of ignore us sometimes, because I don't think they get to see us as often as they get to see some other teams. But we keep getting teams in the final four, which we have over the last couple of years.
There is always next year.
What breaks in a moment may take years to mend.
Long years must pass before the truths we have made for ourselves become our very flesh.
Some American writers who have known each other for years have never met in the daytime or when both were sober.
For almost 70 years the life insurance industry has been a smug sacred cow feeding the public a steady line of sacred bull.
It is possible to make each year bring with it a lasting gift to add to the fullness of experience, to be treasured up, savored, and remembered. They need not be startling, these gifts of the years they may be things that lie within the reach of all.
And I said to the man who stood at the gate of the year Give me a light that I may tread safely into the unknown. And he replied Go out into the darkness and put your hand into the hand of God. That shall be to you better than light and safer than a known way.
Thirty days hath November, April, June, and September, February hath twenty-eight alone, And all the rest have thirty-one.
Here you would know and enjoy what posterity will say of Washington. For a thousand leagues have nearly the same effect with a thousand years.
Years steal Fire from the mind as vigour from the limb, And life's enchanted cup but sparkles near the brim.
YEAR, n. A period of three hundred and sixty-five disappointments.
MILLENNIUM, n. The period of a thousand years when the lid is to be screwed down, with all reformers on the under side.
The first forty years of life give us the text the next thirty supply the commentary on it.
Let your literary compositions be kept from the public eye for nine years at least.